11 Sports Crafts for Father’s Day
May 20th, 2013 posted by Sherri Osborn
Father’s Day will be here before you know it! Have you thought about what you will give your dad, or any other special guy in your life, in honor of this special day? There’s nothing that says “I love you” more than taking the time to craft something special for him.
If you are still looking for a gift idea, and your dad is a sports fan, this list of sports craft ideas may be just what you need. Even if you already have a gift for dad, you might want to make him one of these unique gifts.
If your dad likes to golf, present him with this bag full of tees that is topped off with printable tags. You can pick between 3 different color schemes.
Discover how easy it is to make a desktop ball cap dad can use to hold special notes. It’s easy to craft using a Styrofoam ball, craft foam, and a few other basic craft supplies. Paint it using the colors of your dad’s favorite team.
If dad is a football fan, he will be delighted with this fun picture holder. The football is made out of a Styrofoam oval that is painted, and it is transformed into a picture holder using pieces of 18 gauge wire.
Use the directions and printable templates shared here to make these baseball charms and then use them create a keychain for your dad. You can even write a special message on them.
Any dad who is a hockey fan will appreciate receiving these handcrafted hockey sticks. You can attach them to a magnet, glue them to a frame, or affix them to the front of a father’s Day card.
Perfect for hanging from the rear view mirror or on his office door knob, these sports ball ornaments are fun to make and great to give.
Dad will love to display this bobble head on his desk when it is personalized with a picture of his favorite kid. While the one pictured here is a football player, you could change it to go with other sports.
Kids will have a lot of fun lacing up these paper footballs and giving them to dad. He will be pleased to get this fun gift, especially if you stuff it with his favorite candies.
You can help your little ones make this framed picture to give as a Father’s Day gift that features footballs made from their footprints and basketballs made from their handprints.
Next time dad goes fishing, he will be prepared for anything if you make him one of these fun survival kits.
While kids will need some adult help using the tools needed to make these bookends, all of the effort will be well worth it when you see the look of delight on dad’s face when they are presented to him.
Here are some more sports related crafts for dad from FamilyCorner.com!
Any dad would be thrilled to get one of these homemade gifts for Father’s Day. Once you present dad with one of these sports gifts, make sure he can sit back, put his feet up, and relax on his special day.
Find even more Father’s Day crafts, recipes, and ideas on FamilyCorner.com.